Madden 2001: St. Louis Rams
“The Greatest Show on Turf” was unstoppable in the NFL, so when you convert that team to the video game world, that is an entirely different world of dominance. In Madden 2001, that was the offense to play with.
Kurt Warner was the highest-rated quarterback on Madden 2001. His attributes made him a 96 overall quarterback with a good offensive line with Orlando Pace leading the way. In the backfield, there was the most dominate running back in the game. The one who possessed speed and power and most of all could catch out of the backfield too. That player was Hall of Fame half back Marshal Faulk.
There were weapons everywhere on that offense including Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt and Ernie Conwell. That offense was a powerhouse to play with and gave anyone using that team the possibility to score on every possession.
On the other side, there were ballhawks in the secondary with Aeneas Williams, Dre’ Bly and Dexter McCleon. Plus, Leonard Little for the sacks with linebacker London Fletch and safety Adam Archuleta to stop the run.
The Rams in Madden 2001 were one of the most dominant squads off all-time. Ultimately, it was probably why they decided to select Faulk as the cover boy for Madden 2003 two years later.